Showing posts with label Gay Holocaust. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Gay Holocaust. Show all posts

January 4, 2018

ISIS Gay Killer By Stoning and Throwing from Top of Buildings Caught in Iraq


A notorious ISIS executioner dubbed 'White Beard' has been captured by Iraqi security forces, according to reports.

Abu Omer, a jihadi kingpin who is known for his long white beard, has previously been caught on camera appearing to stone civilians to death under the militant group's rule in Mosul, Iraq.


Locals confirmed his arrest to the AhlulBayt News Agency on January 1 after residents revealed his hiding place to the city.

Omer was reportedly present when gay people were thrown from buildings and victims executed for offenses like blasphemy.


Members of the security forces took selfies with the captured terror suspect (Image: ABNA 24) 
ISIS claims St Petersburg supermarket blast that injured Christmas shoppers after bomb packed with shrapnel detonated.

In March 2015, chilling images emerged of three men being forced to their knees and publicly beheaded by a sword-wielding jihadi.

Photographs show an elderly man, purportedly Omer, using a microphone to read the blindfolded men's charges to the crowd before the executioner steps forward to deliver a deadly blow.

And now Abu 'White Beard' Omer may now face execution himself. 
A notorious ISIS executioner dubbed 'White Beard' has been captured by Iraqi security forces, according to reports.
Abu Omer, a jihadi kingpin who is known for his long white beard, has previously been caught on camera appearing to stone civilians to death under the militant group's rule in Mosul, Iraq.
Locals confirmed his arrest to the AhlulBayt News Agency on January 1 after residents revealed his hiding place to the city.
Omer was reportedly present when gay people were thrown from buildings and victims executed for offences like blasphemy.



Photographs show an elderly man, purportedly Omer, using a microphone to read the blindfolded men's charges to the crowd before the executioner steps forward to deliver a deadly blow. 
The jihadi is pictured inspecting rocks ahead of a public stoning EVEN THOUGH THE TERRORIST GROUP IS SAID TO HAVE BEEN COMPLETELY DEFEATED IN IRAQ, ISIS MAINTAINS A PRESENCE IN SOME HIDEOUTS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.
Last week, a British army commander said the fight against the militant group was far from over.
Major General Felix Gedney, a deputy commander of Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve, said ISIS remains a threat to the region and "to our homelands as well".

This picture claims to show Abu Omer emerging from a police car after
 his capture 

"But the military operations here over the past years have hit them very hard," he said.
"We've taken an enormous amount of territory from them, we've killed large numbers of ISIS militants, and we continue to do so.
"So we have severely degraded their ability to conduct operations outside of Iraq and Syria, as well as degrading their capability in."
In 2014, ISIS blitzed across large swathes of Syria, seizing Raqqa before spreading into north and western Iraq, capturing Mosul and even advancing to the edges of the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.

 During 2017, Major General Gedney said more than 23,000 square miles have
 been liberated from ISIS across Syria and Iraq, as well as 4.5 million people 
from under their oppressive rule.
 Raqqa served as the capital of Islamic State's so-called "caliphate" and had been
 under the group's control for more than three-and-a-half years until it was 
recaptured in October.
 Abu Omer, a jihadi kingpin reposnsible for the crime you see perpetraed
 of trhowing a gay man to his death as well as others


In early December, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi formally announced ISIS had been driven out of Iraq.
But Major General Gedney said Iraqi security forces are continuing to hunt down remnants of the militant group "hiding throughout the country".
Mirror UK

July 20, 2017

"They Devils. They Are Not People" by Chechen Killer but We Won't Let You Forget





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In his recent interview with the U.S. cable network HBO, Chechnya’s strongman Ramzan Kadyrov dismissed the anti-gay-purge allegations as nonsense, denied the very existence of gay people in this southern Russian region with a population of over one million, and candidly promised to “put the whole world on its knees and screw it from behind.” 
His brazen comments may have shocked international audiences, but the Kremlin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, told journalists on July 17  that “nothing out of the ordinary has been said.”
Sadly, Peskov is right — Kadyrov has been making outrageous, despicable statements for years, and this one is not much different. Kadyrov is known to publicly condone honor killings, order house-burnings, and openly threaten Russian pro-democracy politicians, journalists, and human rights defenders. Some of those threatened were later killed, and there has been no justice for these murders.
A Long History
July 15 was the eighth anniversary of the chilling murder of Natalia Estemirova, a courageous Chechen activist and journalist, and my dear friend. The investigation into her murder stalled long ago, though there are very strong grounds to suspect the involvement of  Chechen security officials under Kadyrov’s control.
Just a few days ago, a court in Moscow ruled in the murder case of Boris Nemtsov, the prominent opposition leader and former deputy prime minister of Russia brazenly killed just outside the Kremlin's walls 2.5  years ago. Five defendants, all of them of Chechen origin, received long prison sentences, but the masterminds have gone unmentioned and unpunished.
The scandalous large scale “cleansing” operation against gay people in Chechnya, which has not faded from international headlines, was launched by Chechen authorities in the last week of February this year. It went on for about six weeks with a brief lull in mid-March. 
During that time, local security officials rounded up dozens of men on suspicion of being gay, held them in secret detention for days, humiliated, starved, and tortured them. Most returned home barely alive from beatings and electrocutions. Their captors exposed them to their families as gay and encouraged their relatives to carry out honor killings. 
About 60 victims and people otherwise affected by the purge have fled Chechnya with the assistance of the Russian LGBT Network NGO. Some of them have found safety abroad. Others are hiding in not-so-safe houses in central Russia. Human Rights Watch, other rights groups, and international journalists interviewed numerous former detainees. Their powerful and consistent testimonies leave no doubt as to the veracity of the allegations.
Reports of the anti-gay purge have caused public outrage across the world. Protest rallies were held in several major capitals. German Chancellor Angela Merkel personally raised the issue with President Vladimir Putin.The foreign ministers of France, Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, and Sweden sent a joint letter to Russia’s foreign minister urging the Russian government to ensure an effective investigation into the allegations.  
The Kremlin has not seen such outcry on Chechnya for many years and the pressure has clearly worked.
The Kremlin moved from shrugging off the allegations and suggesting that victims file official complaints to opening a federal investigation. President Putin discussed the situation with Kadyrov and later, in an unprecedented move, pledged to speak with the prosecutor general and interior minister about the allegations. 
Though no such thing has been admitted by either Russian or Chechen officials in the public domain, it’s clear that as a result of the unprecedented international outcry, the Kremlin instructed Chechnya’s leadership to call off the purge.
The roundups of gays apparently stopped by mid-spring, and meanwhile, Kadyrov and other Chechen officials continue to deny the allegations, repeating time and time again that no such thing could possibly happen in a place where there are no gay men and that honor killing was an appropriate answer to the gay problem had it only existed.
In his HBO interview, Kadyrov speaks, among other things, of the need to “purify our [Chechen society’s] blood” from gay people and urges the journalists to “take them” far away “if there are any.” This sends a clear message to Chechnya’s already terrified LGBT community: hide, flee, don’t dare make a sound; the large-scale purge may be over, but you’ll never be safe.
The message is chilling but no more so than Kadyrov’s  previous comments on the issue, for which Russia’s leadership has never called him to task, never publicly expressed even the slightest concern.
Ramzan Kadyrov has been running Chechnya with brutal repression for over a decade. With the tacit blessing of the Kremlin, he gradually built a tyranny there, ruthlessly eradicating even the mildest forms of dissent. Law enforcement and security agencies under his de facto control have systematically engaged in abduction-style detentions, enforced disappearances, torture, extrajudicial executions, and collective punishment. 
For years, the targets of these abuses have been various groups deemed “undesirable,” from suspected insurgent sympathizers and Salafi Muslims to local dissidents, and recently gay people.
If Russia’s international interlocutors really want to see a change in the Kremlin’s Chechnya policy and are not willing to tolerate Kadyrov’s vile threats, they cannot afford to let the matter drop. They should make clear to Russia’s leadership that Kadyrov’s latest repellent remarks cannot be written off as “nothing out of the ordinary.” 
They should also inquire about the progress made by federal investigators and demand full accountability of the anti-gay purge and other abuses by Chechen authorities.
A lack of reaction by Western democracies would, on the other hand, only show Moscow and Grozny that their understanding of “ordinary” and “out of the ordinary” is not much different from that of the Kremlin’s spokesman.
Tanya Lokshina, RussiaProgram Director
 HRW.org


July 18, 2017

Artists Join MTV Educating People on The AntiGay Tortures in Chechnya



Rita Ora, RuPaul, Sam Bruno & More Join MTV in Educating People on the Horrific Anti-Gay Tortures in Chechnya




Courtesy of MTV
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In Chechnya -- a federal subject of Russia -- gay and bisexual men have been hunted down, rounded up, and continue to be illegally detained in prison. Many have been tortured and at least three men have been murdered. In response to these horrors, MTV is encouraging people to keep their #EyesOnChechnya.

On July 12 MTV tweeted a video with artists and celebrities, including Tituss Burgess of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Jussie Smollett of Empire, educating its followers on the situation and putting pressure on the White House to do something about it.  

Since then, several celebrities including Lena Dunham, Rita OraRuPaulNick Cannon, Lzzy Hale and Sam Bruno have either retweeted or posted original call to actions.


"This is an important initiative because respect of the human life is crucial to me," said Bruno. "I'm always going to speak out against the injustice of humans whether it's the unjust killings here in America or of gay people in a far away land. This planet is for us and I'll speak up to anything that's against us."
The music network also launched Chechnya.mtv.com. The site contains resources on how to take action. It also directs readers to a petition with the Human Rights Campaign, which asks people to urge President Donald Trump to join other world leaders like Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and German Chancellor Angela Merkel in making it clear to Russia that lawless detentions, torture and murders of LGBTQ people are unacceptable. 

July 17, 2017

Kremlin Comes to the Defense of Chechen Gay Killer Kadyrov

Kremlin Press Service
The Kremlin came to the defense of Chechnya's leader on Monday, saying controversial comments the republic's leader recently made about gay men had been “taken out of context,” the TASS news agency reported.
In excerpts of an interview with U.S. television network HBO, Ramzan Kadyrov, leader of the North Caucasus republic of Chechnya, called for the removal of gay people "to purify the [nation’s] blood."
Kadyrov was responding to reports that security forces in the restive republic had detained, tortured, and even killed gay men.
"As for Kadyrov’s interview, frankly speaking, very often, his words are taken out of context,” Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Monday. 
Peskov added that if the comments were considered in the correct context, "nothing out of the ordinary was said there.” 
In April, Russian investigative newspaper Novaya Gazeta reported on secret prisons in Chechnya where gay men were allegedly detained and tortured. 
Last week, the newspaper published the names of 27 detainees it believes were murdered by Chechen security forces.

January 28, 2015

Nazi Holocaust - The Forgotten Gay Victims (Video)

70 Yrs of the smoke rising to high heaven!



The fight against fascism and bigotry must also incorporate the defence and support of the Gay and Lesbian Communities. The message needs to be made loud and clear, and repeated often; ANY form of discrimination, bigotry or oppression must be fought and defeated in the 21st Century!!!

                                                                                                           
by PompeyNaziWatch


January 10, 2014

3 Gay Holocaust Survivors Remember


 Between 1933 and 1945 when the Nazis came to power in Germany an estimated 100,000 homosexual men were arrested, of whom 50,000 were sentenced under criminal law Paragraph 175. Most served prison sentences. An estimated 5,000 to 15,000 were sent to concentration camps.
Those homosexuals who survived found liberation by British and American soldiers of short duration. As criminals under Germany's notorious Paragraph 175 penal code they were sent back to prison. Many died there.
The purging of Berlin gay bars began in February 1933. There were 90 such clubs in a city where sex, following World War l, was a commodity to barter. The Nazis prohibited sex publications and manuals, banned organized homophile groups, and they also outlawed abortions.
In May, the Berlin Nazi Youth made an organized attack of the Magnus Hirschfeld Institute of Sex Research. Its collection of 20,000 books, 5,000 photographs and sex artifacts were burned. Kurt Hiller, director, was sent to a concentration camp. Hirschfeld founder, and an advocate for Paragraph 175 repeal, was out of the country. He died in France.



 Treatment of homosexuals in concentration camps was brutal. Gays "ranked" below
political prisoners, criminals, asocials, Roma - gypsies - and Jehovah Witnesses.
Gad Beck, who died last year at age 88, was what the 1935 Nuremberg Jewish Law classified as a "mischling" - half Jew, half gentile. This status allowed him to live openly longer than most full Jews. He was also a courageous underground resistance fighter, at one point even daring to try to rescue his Jewish lover from certain concentration camp death.
Beck stole a German Youth uniform, entered the Auschwitz camp, and requested the release of his friend for a nonexistent defense project. Beck's pretense worked.
His friend was granted escorted exit; but then told Beck with much sorrow and a strong sense of family loyalty that he could not leave his parents behind. Returning to Auschwitz, he and his family perished.
An account by another Holocaust survivor, Pierre Seel, details life for gay men during Nazi control. He relates participating in his local homophile community in the town of Mulhouse. When the Nazis took control his name was found on a list of local homosexuals. He was ordered to the police station, obeying the directive to protect his family from any retaliation.
Upon arriving at the police station he says that he and other homosexuals were repeatedly beaten. Any who resisted the SS Gestapo brutes had their fingernails torn out. Others had their bowels punctured, causing them to bleed profusely. After his arrest he was sent to the concentration camp at Schirmeck.
There, Seel shares that during a morning roll-call, the Nazi commander announced a public execution. A man was brought out, and Seel recognized his face. It was that of his eighteen-year-old lover from Mulhouse. The Nazi guards then stripped the clothes off his lover, placed a metal bucket over his head, board banged it repeatedly, then released trained German Shepherd dogs to maul and tear him to death.
Rudolf Brazda, believed to be the last surviving person who was sent to a Nazi concentration camp because of his homosexuality, died in France in August 2011, aged 98. Brazda was sent to Buchenwald in August 1942 and held there as Pink Triangle # 7952, until its liberation by U.S. forces in 1945.
Brazda, who settled in France after the war, was in 2010 awarded the Legion of Honour, for his varied roles in speaking out about Nazi treatment of homosexuals and France's shameful role in deporting its Jews and homosexuals.
In 1994, 17 years before Brazda's death, Germany rescinded its anti-gay Paragraph 175.

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